Benjamin Noble

Advisor: Phillip Popovich
Graduate Student

 

Research:

My research focuses on spinal cord plasticity following injury. I am particularly interested in characterizing autonomic plasticity and how it contributes to systemic deficits, like autonomic dysreflexia and immune suppression. The goal of my project is to find ways to modulate the activity of intraspinal neurons to prevent autonomic dysreflexia and its sequelae.

Awards:

2017 - IBMR Outstanding Research Poster Award, IBMR

2017 - Second place award winner for research poster, Hayes Graduate Research Forum

Presentations

Noble B, Popovich PG. Excitatory synaptogenesis causes autonomic dysreflexia after spinal cord injury. 2017 Ohio State University Medical Center Poster Day, Columbus, OH
 
Noble B, Popovich PG. Excitatory synaptogenesis causes autonomic dysreflexia after spinal cord injury. 2017 LSN-IGP Annual Symposium, Columbus, OH
 
Noble B, Popovich PG. Excitatory synaptogenesis causes autonomic dysreflexia after spinal cord injury. 2017 Hayes Graduate Research Forum, Columbus, OH. Second place award winner for research poster
 
Noble B, Popovich PG. Excitatory synaptogenesis causes autonomic dysreflexia after spinal cord injury. 2017 Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research Day, Columbus, OH. Winner of the “Outstanding Research Poster Award”
 
Noble B, Ueno M, Eroglu C, Yoshida Y, Popovich PG. Enhanced synaptogenesis in autonomic circuitry following spinal cord injury. 2016 LSN-IGP Annual Symposium, Columbus, OH
 
Neuroscience Graduate Program Student Seminar—October 26th 2016 “Autonomic dysreflexia and the underlying spinal circuitry”
 
Areas of Expertise
  • Neurotrauma, Neurological Disorders, & Gene Therapy
Education
  • BS in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology, Emory University
 

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Phone:
(614) 688-5425
670 Biomedical Research Tower
460 W. 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210